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    Feu filoil 2014

    Tolomia leads Tamaraws' charge over Cardinals


    By AARON VALDEZApril 26, 2014 1:24pm

    The revamped Far Eastern University Tamaraws started their preseason strong after routing the Mapua Cardinals, 89-77, on Saturday at the FilOil Flying V Arena, in their first assigment of the 2014 FilOil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup.

    "Sinong Terrence, sino yun?" FEU head coach Nash Racela jokingly quipped, referring to the Tamaraws' UAAP Season 76 MVP Terrence Romeo, who opted out of his final playing year to join the PBA. "We're past that already as early as the Champions League. The learning continues, important sa amin is we know what we are capable of."

    "I told them [Terrence Romeo and fellow star guard RR Garcia] to make the right decision."

    Mike Tolomia, who is expected to step into a bigger role with the loss of Garcia and Romeo, met expectations, scored 19 points, leading three other players in double figures.

    FEU controlled the tempo in the first quarter, utilizing a running game, which benefitted their smaller, more mobile line-up, as Tolomia tallied a total of seven first quarter points early, while Mapua settled for long-range bombs which rarely fell through. The Tams led by six after a Tolomia jumper, 12-6, but the Cards managed to trim the lead to just three after a hook by Jesse Saitanan, 13-10.

    FEU pushed the lead to eight after a three by Francis Tamsi, 18-10, but a stab by Joseph Eriobu cut the lead to six heading to the second canto, 18-12.

    The Cards snipped the lead to four points after a dunk off a turnover by Eriobu, 20-16, as both teams found their rhythm offensively, with the lead swinging from four to eight points. Five straight markers from Mac Belo gave FEU a nine-point lead. 33-24, but four in a row by Josan Nimes kept Mapua within striking distance, 33-28. Eight unanswered from FEU rounded out the half, as the Tams entered the intermission with a commanding 41-28 lead.

    At the break, sophomore Raymar Jose led the Tams in the scoring department with eight, followed by Mac Belo and Tolomia with seven apiece. Nimes top-scored for Mapua with 11, followed by Saitanan with eight. FEU won the rebounding battle, 26-16, but committed more turnovers than Mapua, 9-5.

    Tolomia opened the third quarter with a nifty up-and-under move to expand the lead to 16 points, 44-28. Mapua brought it down to single digits after a lay-up by Leo Gabo, 47-38, but six unaswered from FEU kept the Tams afloat by 13 points, 55-42.

    Six points from Nimes late in the quarter downsized the lead to seven points, 62-55, but a five-point swing from the Tams put them ahead by 12. A basket by Nimes inside closed out the quarter, with his team still far behind by 10, 67-57.

    The Morayta-based squad maintained the double-digit lead for most of the fourth, until a 7-2 run late in the final canto cut what was once a 13-point lead down to just seven. However, young guns Padilla and Inigo swished back-to-back triples with a minute and a half remaining to keep the lead earnest, 89-75. Mapua couldn't get anything going, as they fell to the Tams, 89-77.

    Tolomia fired 19 points on 7-of-15 shooting, to go along with three rebounds and four assists. Belo followed suit with 13 markers, while Jose added 12 points and seven rebounds. Inigo notched 11 with 3-of-4 shooting from downtown.

    Far Eastern U crashed the glass 49-32, scoring 24 points off 18 offensive rebounds. The Tams also converted 49 percent of their shots, making 33 out of 68 attempts.

    Nimes quietly scattered 28 points on 11-of-20 shooting, while Saitanan joined him as the only two players to have scored in double-digits for Mapua with 15. The Cardinals though had more assists, 20 to 17.

    Mapua will face the Lyceum of the Philippines University on Monday, April 28 at 12:30pm, while FEU is set to go against the RP Youth U18 on the same day at 4pm. - JDL, GMA News


    The scores:

    FEU - Tolomia 19, Belo 13, Jose 12, Inigo 11, Hargrove 6, Pogoy 5, Padilla 5, Cruz 4, Escoto 3, Tamsi 3, Denila 2, Dennison 2, Ugsang 2, Delfinado 2, Escoto R. 0

    MIT - Nimes 28, Saitanan 15, Eriobu 8, Cantos 6, Layug 5, Manarin 4, Biteng 3, Estrella 3, Gabo 2, Serrano 2, Brana 1, Canaynay 0
    " Ang Sumabay Giba !!! "

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    tune-up games here we go with one win.
    " Ang Sumabay Giba !!! "

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    Clutch threes help FEU fend off Mapua in Filoil pre-season cup
    By Celest R. Flores
    INQUIRER.net 5:04 pm | Saturday, April 26th, 2014


    MANILA, Philippines—Far Eastern University leaned on clutch triples to fend off Mapua, 89-77, to kick off their Filoil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup campaign on Saturday at the Arena in San Juan.

    Sophomore guard Achi Iņigo knocked down two triples in the last three minutes for the Tamaraws to cripple the Cardinals’ comeback led by Jonas Nimes.

    After Nimes strung up five consecutive points to cut down FEU’s lead to seven, 80-73 with 3:18 left to play, Iņigo rifled in an open triple from the left side to bring the lead back to double digits.

    Nimes answered with a step back jumper, but both Arnie Padilla and Iņigo struck from downtown to close out Mapua.

    “We treat this tournament as a league where we will learn as a team. We really are not looking for results yet. It’s more on learning about the player, the system, and absorb the system that were trying to instill. But it’s good that we won today,” head coach Nash Racela said.

    Mac Belo, one of the most improved players in the FEU side, tallied 13 points, four rebounds, three assists, and one steal in only 20 minutes of play.

    Racela got contributions from his entire 15-man line-up, with Tolomia finishing on top with 19 points.

    Jessie Saitanan, meanwhile, put on a monster showing for the rebuilding Cardinals with 28 points to keep them within striking distance of the Tamaraws. Nimes added 15 markers
    " Ang Sumabay Giba !!! "

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    Hope we get our 2nd title this season which we last won in 2009. This s the 9th staging of his pre season tournament. How's Ugsang? He scored 2 points only.
    Everything's Eventual

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark Knight View Post
    Hope we get our 2nd title this season which we last won in 2009. This s the 9th staging of his pre season tournament. How's Ugsang? He scored 2 points only.
    sir Dark Knight don't expect too much kay Reeve Ugsang, hindi naman siya Hype rookie kung ikukumpara sa ibang top rookies sa ibang schools. he's more on defense and rebounding. we have 7 to 8solid players or atleast veteran presence in our team Hargrove, Russel Escoto, Raymar Jose, Mac Belo, Carl Cruz, Roger Pogoy, Mike tolomia and Achie Iņigo. For me pang laban na sa Final 4 yan. we might have some surprises sa mga recruits naten, but as of now those 7 players yung maasahan naten.
    Last edited by tamarawz_14; 04-28-2014 at 12:14 AM.

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    giving time he'll shine soon...good showing by Achie can play alongside with Mike, Escoto Bros. nag warm-up lng.. Tamsi and Padilla nice three's ..Pde na
    " Ang Sumabay Giba !!! "

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    Tamaraws nip PH U-17 in Fr. Martin Cup
    ABS-CBNnews.com
    Posted at 04/28/2014 1:23 PM | Updated as of 04/28/2014 1:23 PM

    MANILA, Philippines – The Far Eastern University (FEU) Tamaraws drew crucial baskets from two rookies in crunch time to put away the Philippine National Under-17 team, 69-66, in the Fr. Martin Summer Cup last Sunday at the St. Placid Gym in San Beda.

    Francis Tamsi, a prized find from Bohol, and Davao standout Jeson Delfinado scored 17 and nine points, respectively, and struck hard in the final minute to lift the Tamaraws to their first win in Group B.

    Richard Escoto put the nationals ahead for the last time with a free throw in the last 1:04, 66-65, but the Tams pulled ahead via Delfinado’s jumper with 54.5 seconds left.

    Split charities from Tamsi and Delfinado in the last two seconds allowed the Tamaraws to escape with the close win.

    Michael dela Cruz and Matt Nieto showed the way for the nationals with 11 points each.

    Meanwhile, the National University Bullpups and the Adamson Baby Falcons marched to their second straight wins in the junior division, with the Bullpups getting 16 points from JJ Beldura as they turned back the Chiang Kai Shek Dragons, 85-56.

    Gerald Fernandez and JD Tungcab scored 33 and 18 points for the Baby Falcons as they walloped Manila Patriotic School, 120-59.

    Las Thursday, the Lyceum Philippines University-B Pirates got 14 points from Joseph Gabayni as they posted their second straight triumph in Group A at the expense of the Centro Escolar University-Malolos Scorpions, 87-52.

    Donald Tankoua fired 12 points for the San Beda Red Lions, who beat the LPU-A Pirates, 66-61.
    " Ang Sumabay Giba !!! "

  8. #8
    ^ Parang naliligaw yata yung article dito sa FilOil thread

  9. #9
    Quote Originally Posted by bchoter View Post
    ^ Parang naliligaw yata yung article dito sa FilOil thread
    Oo nga. lol. nice win for FEU.

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    Lee Yu's clutch free throws spare FEU Tamaraws blushes against PH youth team

    From: Reuben Terrado
    •April 28, 2014, 07:27 pm

    JOEL Lee Yu hit two crucial foul shots to help Far Eastern University hold off the Philippine Under-18 youth team, 74-73, on Monday in the Filoil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup at The Arena in San Juan.

    Lee Yu nailed the charities with 5.4 seconds left after Joshua Caracut committed a turnover at the backcourt, allowing the Tamaraws to steal the victory from the Nationals, who are using the preseason tournament as part of their preparation for the Fiba-Asia Under-18 championship in Doha this August.

    The Tamaraws sparingly used their top players in the crucial stretch and almost paid dearly for it as their second stringers gave up 12 straight points to the Nationals late in the game.

    “Siyempre, gusto rin naming manalo but at the same time, we really want to learn a lot come the UAAP season,” said FEU coach Nash Racela. “’Yung mga ganung instances din sila matututo.”

    Jollo Go hit a four-point play and Henri Asilum buried a triple with two minutes left to complete the Nationals’ 12-0 run that put them ahead, 73-72.

    Caracut, however, threw an errant pass as he yielded to FEU’s pressure defense in the final seconds, leading to Lee Yu’s game-winning free throws.

    Go missed the potential game-winning jumper in the Nationals’ final possession.

    The Tamaraws, who only won by three points in the Fr. Martin Cup against the world championship-bound Under-17 squad on Sunday, were ahead 36-31 at halftime after losing a double-digit lead in the early goings.

    “We were telling them that our national team is joining the Filoil league because they want to learn how to compete against stronger teams. Utang na loob sa atin ng national team na tulungan sila," Racela said.

    “By playing very soft and not giving our best (in the first half), hindi namin sila natutulungan. That is why pinush din namin sila.”

    Raymar Jose had 12 points and 10 rebounds, while Mike Tolomia added 11 points, four rebounds, and five assists for the Tamaraws.

    The scores:

    FEU (74) – Jose 12, Tolomia 11, Pogoy 8, Escoto 8, Padilla 7, Belo 6, Lee Yu 5, Tamsi 5, Ugsang 5, Cruz 4, Belga 2, Dennison 1, David 0.

    Philippine U18 (73) – Caracut 17, Tongco 13, Asilum 10, Desiderio 8, Santillan 7, Dyke 5, Subido 5, Go 4, Escoto 2, Manguera 2, Ochea 0, Manguera 0, Balanza 0, Senining 0, San Juan 0, Rivero 0, Armenion 0.

    Quarterscores: 20-12; 36-31; 59-51; 74-73.
    " Ang Sumabay Giba !!! "


 
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